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22nd USENIX Security Symposium

Here we are, attending once again USENIX Security Symposium (22nd edition) this time organized in Washington DC, US. This conference is known to be a leading forum to discuss and present novel and scientifically significant practical works in computer security.… Read Full Article

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Master Keys and Vulnerabilities

Last weeks have been quite busy with announcements of either master keys or Chinese master keysbeing unveiled, both qualifying as critical vulnerabilities for the Android platform. Although things have finally calmed a bit, we are still waiting for the final act in Las… Read Full Article

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NoSuchCon 2013

Fostering knowledge exchange among different generations of security researchers is maybe one of the best traits of a good security conference. Judging by its attendance, NoSuchCon can easily claim to be one of these. It’s rare to see such a mix of young researchers and old gurus exchanging ideas and getting to know each other. Organized this year in Paris, NoSuchCon takes place in the premises of the Espace Oscar Niemeyer; admittedly, indeed a nice move putting a security conference within an art exposition center (congrats to the organizers :)). Read Full Article

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Highlights from BlackHat Europe 2013 in Amsterdam

Every year as Europe wakes up from the cold winter to the warm days of spring, BlackHat traditionally descends to Amsterdam. This year’s conference is taking place on March 14-15 at the NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, right Dam Square, the heart of Amsterdam. As spring doesn’t necessarily equal warm days here in Europe right now, the 500 or so BlackHat participants hit the conference rooms to attend quite a few interesting talks. Here’s a summary of the best talks at BlackHat Europe 2013. Read Full Article

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29c3 Hamburg / DE

The last week of 2012 marked the 29th installment of the Chaos Communication Congress. Organized by the Chaos Computer Club (CCC), the congress is an annual conference on technology and its impact on society. Although the scope may look quite loose, both lectures and workshops typically revolve around privacy, freedom of information, data security and other hacking issues. Read Full Article